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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, CIIELTENIIAM. The usual monthly meeting of the Chel tenham Mechanics' Institute and Free Library was held on Monday evening, 7th inst., there being present :-Messrs. M'Queen (president), Booker, Chandler, Griffiths, Harvey, Irvine and Pierce. MINUTES. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Hon. T. Bent, M.L.A ,A in forming the committee that a deputation to the Chief Secretary was not necessary, all the committee had to do wBas to make their application in writing, and forward the s .me when it would receive attention. -Received. .From J. ILeechman, Horham, 're. questing the "committede to .become sub soribers ;to a.-new, publication he had; issued:-Received. e NSW TRUSTEES. The Secretary (T. J. Dwyht) reported that Messer. Irwin, Chandler, Judd, and M'Knight had been gazetted on' the lh November, 1887, as trustees in the room ,of M. s.rs. Parker, Wells, M'Swain and Ruse, who having left -the -district had cent in their re...

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Miscellaneous. "I Shall Find Rest." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

"I ShatlL .Find A little further on There will be time-I all fin anon: Thus do we say when eager youth invites Young. hope to try her wings, in wanton . -flights, Andmimbleanricy:bulds:the soul:s niiit -' On some far crag; but soon youth's flame is gone Burned lightly out-while we repeat the With smiling confidence-I shall find rest w .*?' -littl62?fat'lict'r on. A little further on I shall find rest; half fiercely we avow Dn¶?nas on-the dusty field and s. ino unjoin r rmor, and the glarel Throbs with the pulse of battle, while life's best Flits with the flitting stars; the frentied " ,brow Pains for.the Jaeure. more. than ?for: the :breast !. , " W here lovessoft nestling waits. l;ot now, S-not noiw, . . With feverish breath we cry, I shall find rest r . little further o. . A little further ob?,-. I shall find .rest; -half sad, at last, we say, - .. When sorrow's settling cloud blurs out the gleam . Of glory's toreh, and.to .avanished dream Love's palace hath been turned, then-all ...

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APRICOT MARMALADE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

APrtIUO' MARtMALAI)u. iRemove the stones and hard portions of perfectly ripe apricots, cut thecm in halves and s?t, on the tire i?lr ste?wlpauwithl one pound of lsugar to one pound of fruit; neanr halfl an houlr's boiling will be suflicollnt; to nscertain when the marmlan de is clone, put a little ci it on your linger; if by applying the thumb. and withdrawing it, a small tilament be formed, the boiling will be comrn plcte; take it off andlpot Immediately;' stir continually the marinlnado, while It Is bol.l ing, lest it should burn; break half the stones and throw their kernels into boiling water to remove the skins, put these kornels into the preserves a little before taking off the tire ; mix' tle whole well, that nech pot ilay have nn equal shlre to tliem ; or .th ukernels Imaly be out up so that they may be better mixed withl the nllrttnalde,

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PEAR MARMALADE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

PEAR MARMALADE. P'ool nnd cut some pears and macerate them twenty-four hours, with threeccqunrters of a pound of white sugar to every pound of fruit. Bloi them an hour at most, ndding the juic ind thin yzlow peaool of lemons to tanto, Thi llmon peel ic l sihld he cut very pnellt, and be out froml fresl lemose,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

Special Advertisements. I . To the Residents of Brighton, &c. LADnIEs AND GENTLEMEN, I have much pleasure in informing you that my DISPENSARY and RETAIL BUSINESS will be carried on in future at MUNRO'S BUILD INGS, ; CHURCH STREET, close to the Middle Bright6n Railway Station, where also I~have established, on the second flopr, ant elegani~tDETIST'S CONSULTING ROOM. And in order "tli~t'yoit'niay have attention at' aidt ever . timne you ..call,,I, have entered into partnership with Ma. T. PARK. INSON, SURGEON 'DENTIST, we are now prepared to undertake,? very Description of DENTAL WORK, Our Charges -will 'be found• M.ost -Moderate, and as we ]?ave a Reputa, tion to sustain, you may- rely ?ipon the Work being Done Well:, -The Laboratory and Factory 'vill"l?e carried on as heretofore' at NEW STREET, where orders for the othe shop may be left if desired. ,.Thank ing you for the very Liberal Patron age accorded me in the past, and promising that in the New Estab lishment you wlll' ...

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JUNKETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

JUNKETIN(S. Considerable surprise and dissatis faction has been created in the minds of honorable members of the legisla ture on discovering that sundry par liamentary junketings which were supposed to have come out of the pri vate pockets of their promoters have been paid out of the public pulse. Mr. Gillies had to "own up" to this, and the leader of the Oppositionivery properly denounced the whole busi ness as dishonest. We are quiiite, of his opinion notwithstanding the whitewashing attempt of ?ir. Walker. If gigantic political feasts are;: to' be got up and under the guise of exces sive liberality it is not too nimlul to ask that the liberality be real'ilndnot a miserable sham as has beeni therule for some tinie past.-_

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1887. A BONE OF CONTENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

JUSTIOBE TO ALL.. SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1887. A BONE OF CONTENTION. Politicians of all shades of opinion will breathe more freely now, one burning and disturbing question has been laid to rest for a time, at least, that is the ever-perplexing one of liquor license reform. An attempt was made to stop the measure in the Assembly on Tuesday, but fortunately wiser counsels prevailed, and the neow Bill with the Council's amendments was allowed to pass through all its stages, and now only awaits the Royal assent to make it the law of the land. The friends of local option have hitherto held out against com pensation being given in eases whoro hotels are closed. Whatever may .be the law "ii Eglilid aridit', it seems very clearly to have been ruled there, that the claim for compensation does not hold good, in this colony, at any rate, it seems pretty generally ac knowledged that there "is" a vested interest in the license of an hotel, that should in equity count for some thing if the license be...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

GENERAL ITEMS. -0t----0 A YOUNG married woman named Frances Ann Benson, attempted to commit suicide near Barrow's Ferry, Survey Paddock. A young. man named Barrow came Rupon the scene and prevented her from completing her rash act. THE London warehouse of Messrs. H. H. Warner and Co., of " Safe Cure, and Co." fame, 'was destroyed by fire on Saturday last. The loss .is estimated at about £50,000. 'LoRD LOFTUS, late Governor of New South Wales, has turned insol vent, SMn: HAYTER, the:. Government statist, estimates that. the population of Victoria on the 30th September, 1887, s.. tood' as , follows :-Males, 545,423; females, ..482,326.; .total, 1,027.749. THE Duke of Norfolk has been ap pointed -a special envoy from the Co0urt of Sti. James to his Holiness the Pope. A sHaoCINGrailway, accident, by "whicblih a railway porter .named Wil liam O'Brien was killed, took place at the "Kensington' station' on Saturday. .THE Exhibition Commissioners are advertising .for original;,p oems 'of S:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

:Coblleges. .audL Schools. "F1rNI CORONAT OPus." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere,") ST.. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall IRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Bill Ladies' College), For several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted .by, : MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL,_B.A.-, L.L.B; French idnd Gerinax, HERR OTTO MUTLLER. r Drawing and Painting, J. F. -JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, T. J. HAMMONID,EsQ., Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., - MRs. ORR, and Miss A; E COX Calisthenics, MISSES' ,DICK aind MOON. • ' " Residdlit'Gordrness ' MIISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance)-. Day Pupils:, English'(as be6ltd); also Languages One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English '(as below):?also Languages; ~i~] d, and l ni?P; . . Fift' ein'diheas pei Term ENGLISH 'in its various branches com prises Reading,.WVriti...

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CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

CHURCIH SERVICES TO MORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton, Rev. Mr. 11 and 7. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, 11 and 3; Mentone, 7, Rev. R. M. Fergus. Baptist Church, 11 and 7, Rev. S. Howard Congregational.-Rev. J. Rickard, 11 and 7. Christian Chapel, Cheltenham.- Mr. Goodacre, 7. Union Chapel, South Brighton.-Rev. J. B. Smith, 3; Mr. Hawkins, 7. Church of England.-Fourth Sunday in Advent: St.Andrews' Sermons, 11 and 7. Mordialloc-11, as usual ; 7, Rev. A. Caffin. Cheltenham.-Mr. Hanson, 11 ; Mr. Bradley, 7. Mentone.-11, Mr. Wollaston. Little Brighton.-7, Ar. Simpson. Gipsy Village.-6.45 p.m., Mr. Cramer. South Brighton.-3, Mr. Simpson. Dingley.- 3.30, Rev. A. Caffin. Bald Hills.-7, Mr. Purdue. East Brighton-Rev. T. H. Rust, 11; Mr. Looker,4. Oakleigh-M-r. Looker, 11; Rev. T..,H. Rust,7..

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. TItURSDAY. DEOEMBER 18. S SPECIAL MEETING. Present-Ors. Newing (President), Hol land, Lane. Cotton, Langdon. Long. Looker, anti Grffiin. . The President stated that the meeting had been called for the purpose of enter taining the question of borrowing the sum of £25,000 to be expended on various works throughout the shire. As also for the pur pose of opening tenders for various works, and discussing the Victirian Trotting Olub's letter. Moved by Or. Hartle, seconded by Cr. Lane, "That this council do hereby agree -to--borrow.-£25,000 on debditnre-r.of £100 each, bearing interest 'at 5.+?en centum per anpum., That "sucd'i.debeut res be payable on the lest. day 6f. April?: '?i8;and.the: interest by hif yeairly paymtentn e on the et day of October and the1st day: of April in each year at ' Melbounre. 'That £2. per, centum of the principal sum be invested inii the purchase of Victorian Government stock towards the formation of. a sinking fund for the liquidation...

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Science. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

ýii; : denceK The Number of Stars 'in o6u Uni verse. lUl. HIermite;: r,French astrohoein? has made'dome curious mathematical observy tions phncerning the number of the stars. According todhlt computations the total number of stirs visible to the naked eye of an observer of average visual power does not exceed 6000. The northern hemisphere cori tains 21478, and the southern. .hemisphere contains 3307 stars. In order to see this numbqr of stars, the night must be moonless, the sky:cloudless,:and the- atmosphere -puted Here the power of the unaided eye sto s. An opiernaglass 'vill b1rii, ot20,00"0;asmall telescope will briig:outat. leait 50,000 ;:arid the most powerful telescopes that-have-been constructed will show more than 100,000,000 stars. ' " , . , It is well knoivn that in'odrde'td oa o iar' stars with each other, they, arr,divided into classes or magnitudes according to their apparent brightness. ;-'.iTherer are twenty stars of the first magnitude. In passing from one order of ...

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Ladies' Column. Cool Sleeping Rooms. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

floors of my sleeping rooms, and.'m1 4s warm as they arecool I Whow L. Howe essively warm it is, inyhow I Why, it's so warm the mereidea of.a carpet-a thickk-hot, necesý sarilyirmororless austy-floor.covering makes' methank..myluclky-_stars,(and - I -hnve -some-: Ins?aeure yo-whole peinades of 'em) that I liavritlA's proe 'cd goe to leave myp inted -floors'br. --A rtdbilt the friendly old nmop stick and-.-l^h0vu-ood- tibsCt!o?1hr9. W:th. te" b'uicb-tof ?cold-water and the yellow boards? '. ' ~t I. think-there's-no-more-refreshing- sight than the lingering touch of dampness that I iill lurk around after the whole floor has had its bath. Why, I couldn'6t\0 hired io' have a carpet these warm daysi iAnd-'nll;je liaa to do to paint the floor is to'bihllac'it first and'then give it a .coat of the paint that comes in cans ready mixed. Yellow ochre is the best color, I think, for several reasons. The ?ne that first recbmmends itself to me is its beifg less liabledto'show the thin'filni of d...

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Good Stories. Norah. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

B- ie Sh?was sitting dejected and tired-look. inlg oi the hard beniches of the lintelligence offile,'hushing a crying babe id her weary arms, when some ladies came in'*o look for a girl. "She saw them glance at her, and heard what the woman who kept the office was say-.? ing.-- . " A widow-husband- died oof- ship-ever coming over-will work for very small:wages. -wants to keep the child with her." She"could-not help hearing-this, for every' sense was alert and. strained, nor .the1com. ments ofne'6dof the ladies.' ? .. " She looks strong enough to do my .work;. but tbhe child isia nuisance ;' can'tsihe give it away I" She gard-; and clasped-the little'one to her in a m aeredmlirace , i "You might try her," the woman was say* ing, " shbe is'not young odfgiddy~'andlosihg horr husbund so lately, andliaviigislihcare of her child, will-keep her.steady. , "i '9 1 yeI've a great mind to try r. There's a little room off the kitchen where she could'keep tihe child.. What did you say her name w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

Clommercial Bank of ,Australia (Linited) Authorised Capital ... ... 8,000,000 ,Subscribed'Capital . ... :.. 2,500,000 Paid Up .. :.. ' : . 0 1'00,000 Reserve Funid' .... 6... . 570,000 HEAD OiOp "-O0 COLLINS' ST. W., ` " MELBOURNE. . London 'O6flie-Bishopsgate, St. Within," corner of'Leadenhall-street; E.C. Sh. ; sti ay= &. Coclbraint Strects I;:i l iterestallowed on "FIXED DEPOSITS 'highest current rates. DRAFTS on London office, branches and agencies of the Bank issued at lowest rates of exchange. Bills Disconnted and Advances Made: WV. :M'Farlannd, M- a?nager. i` "?BLISH. SCOTTISi.,.i AUS TfALIAN GHARTERED (Incorporated by Royal Charter. 1852). Paid up Capital, with power, to, increase to?? 3500,000::. ..'. £720,000 Reserve Liability of Shar'holders" ,720,000 Reserve (und .... '2 20,000 * Elteinwick Branch: '': GL EN HUNTLY ROAD, ,(Near Railway Station.) Interest illow'ed on Fixed Deposits at Hi liest Rates ) Drafts issued on the London 'office Branches and agents of tihe...

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Sketcher. Mr. and Mrs. Bowser. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

,?" ,ie ,. -. ... -1t ct 1lný.Bowset ;} When Mr. Bowser suggested the idea of buying a horse I opposed it, not because it seemed a useless piece of extravagance, but because I feared that he would be made the victim.of sharpers..I didn't put itin that way, of course.- I siiply roeiariked? - " Whyfdp'ia e are sohliandy to the street cars, you knidwasd neither of us cares much about.ridinq..out._'__ . .--- '"'r''s'liutt=Gorses are~1lounci to goý up,' and I'm offered a fine beast at a greit'saeri: fice " "We got a cow at a great sacrifice once." 7-9`Oh, wafdidr tbh2- , tlfougl4t1youeld)f flinging tbata'. - s?.?tý.i mt. ,bosb '-atmlf iwasitthat we had to sell ee cow?" " ' Well, but -I weouldn J ly a horse just now." M"?aybe you wouldn't., XYou are not buy ing a horse, as Iluiddeetand'it. WhehnI'Ion't' know enough to run my business I'll turn it over to a woman." - ' .: -As he.was evidently nettled with me,-I droppdd the subject at oncei but' :" -knew from the way, be bounced the ciuspid...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

BRIGfHTON TOWN COUlNCIL. MONDAY, DEOEMBER 12. Present:-Crs Bent (Mayor), Burrows, Francis, Hunt ly, Munro, aild Walistab.. COIRB ESPONDENCE. From . W. Westmacott,, applying uon behalf of a Quadrille Club, for the use of Drillroomn on a Wednesday evening. There was accompanying the application a document signed by the requisite num ber of persons, requesting the council to favorably entertain the request.m-Corn plied with under the usual conditions. From Geo. Crowther, applying on behalf of St. Andrews Church for the refund of £6 Gs. paid by them; recently for the use of the Drillroom. -Granted under the usual cnditious. From W. H. King, complaining of the bad state of a drain in Well-street.-To be attended to. 'PETITIONS. From the residents and property owners in Rooding street, requesting ,the council to make a readjustment in the amount to "be, contributed by them .towards the recent works carried out in that street. Considered with Mr. Budd's letter in the PPublioiWorks Committee...

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Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

S ,-I Tuntoir . %.We have all sooie sad moments in our 'flites, sad sRd6rEOti~it are not immortal or. criminal or any thing like that, but simply mpmonts of unhappy accident or painful stupidity, Don't you recollect, for instance, the time when your best girl wanted you to take her to the theatre and you wrote to-her you were sick and confined to your bed,. .and S-er-yoiu'ger- brother told her-nxt morning She had.been out at;a:prize-fight with-yul" Dohg~you rngemober,, and kicky.ourself when you think of it, the time you wanted .to:show;hel~the pretty letter-youiihliad4iom* your mother about her, and.you gave her instead a dunning note frotl'th??Theller for -th-beandsbmo bracelet you gaive?ihr as a present this.Ohristmas ibefor-di;S.TbhitreNar worse dontretemps thatyourecyllectoccasion ally, I know, but they wbiild' n.tlbok pretty in print.,,,.,,, . " ' rr'i ,.i i 1 am eminded of th sublject. b,:tl,'; absent.miedness of'a fellow who dreb' sed himself upin his best and 'ient on'e ev"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

'Special Advertisements. *APER.HANGINGS S f Every Description from 21d per piece, suitable FO1R Kitchen, Bedroom, Hall, Dining or Draw :'ingroom. NOTHING in ~the towin of Briglhton, to surpass them AT The price they are to be obtained from MACPHERSON & LAWRIE Painters and Decora tor, CHURCH - STREET, MIDDLE BRIGHTON. - A -. W RU Most T. T .: Decoration of the N ARTISTIC. SANITARY. DURABLE. can be decorated to imitate Metal, Wood Terra-cotta or Majolica. Dado Decorations From 14d. to 6s. lid. per yard. Sanitary and other washable wall papers. Pavitt's Gold, Silver and Prismatic Bronzes. Windsor and Newton's Artists' Colors, Sable, Cable and Hog Hair Brushes. Opal Glass, Plain and Ornamental Glass, Tinned Paints and Painters Materials for Sale. MACPHERSON & LAWRIE, HOUSE DECORATORS, Undertake every Description of HOUSE PAINTING and DECORATING. All work executed in a first-class manner. The Address is CHUR C H-S TREET, MIDDLE BtRioHTO-N. SAVE RAILWAY FARE & PATR...

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Love-Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 17 December 1887

E - 've'-Letter . . I've learned, in dream or legend dark, That all love-letters purged with fire, Drawn in oio constellated spark,: . -. STo heaven hspire.z .' To-night there streams across the sky An unfamiliar reef of stars: Are those theletters you .and I Thrust through the bars ? In tears of joy they once were read, , In tears of suffering slowly burned; And now to stars hling 'overcead. Can each be turned ? O leaves too warm to be discreet, O..words askance that throbbed too loud, With astral laughter now you grdet Behind a cloud I You watch us sleeping all night long, Until gray morning bids you fade; You charge us, with your choral song, -Be undismayed I Alas I the Magians knew your names, Ye ancient lamps of amber light; 'Tis vanity of passion claims So rare delight. We might as'well lay claini toMars I SAnd yet-I surely -understand.-" " That softest flashing star's Italian hand ? SOld~'-Bos WhoInhillged;.-Emper6r Maximilian could carry six gallons. The elder Cato allowed h...

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